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    Hi,
    Just wondering if anyone out there is following the Louise Parker Method? I've been doing it for 5 weeks and seeing good results, but haven't been able to find an active support group! It would be great to hear from others in how they're doing, what recipes they've enjoyed, any obstacles they've faced, etc..
    Hope to hear from someone out there!
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    The method encourages participants to create healthier habits relating to diet, fitness, sleep, mental wellbeing and more, with the aim of resetting our overall lifestyles for good. I love that her method is not a diet – and is genuinely sustainable - so I can have my glass of wine and manage to avoid spending the rest of the week eating cheesy Wotsits.
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    (Original post by trucdev88)
    The method encourages participants to create healthier habits relating to diet, fitness, sleep, mental wellbeing and more, with the aim of resetting our overall lifestyles for good. I love that her method is not a diet – and is genuinely sustainable - so I can have my glass of wine and manage to avoid spending the rest of the week eating cheesy Wotsits.
    I love it when all these newfangled gurus all of a sudden come along and do what the bodybuilding community have been doing for decades - eating sensibly with a bit of flexibility to kill cravings, all within a caloric budget. Adding the tagline "this is not a diet" seems to be very saleable atm, even though it 100% is - modifying your eating habits for health and weight loss/healthy weight maintenance is literally the definition of a diet :lol: but by convincing yourself you're not on a diet apparently everything becomes more tolerable.
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    (Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
    I love it when all these newfangled gurus all of a sudden come along and do what the bodybuilding community have been doing for decades - eating sensibly with a bit of flexibility to kill cravings, all within a caloric budget. Adding the tagline "this is not a diet" seems to be very saleable atm, even though it 100% is - modifying your eating habits for health and weight loss/healthy weight maintenance is literally the definition of a diet :lol: but by convincing yourself you're not on a diet apparently everything becomes more tolerable.
    It's exactly! It seems more flexible when we just have a meal without "diet" phrase. It makes me more happy when I don't need to control my meal so mụch and always think "I am diet'"
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    (Original post by trucdev88)
    It's exactly! It seems more flexible when we just have a meal without "diet" phrase. It makes me more happy when I don't need to control my meal so mụch and always think "I am diet'"
    But it IS a diet. That's the point I was making.
 
 
 
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